Coronavirus Updates

Coronovirus morphology illustration from the CDC

Last updated 10:24 a.m. July 6, 2020

Kellogg Community College is closely monitoring news and governmental reports regarding the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak that is evolving worldwide. Updates about KCC’s continuing preparations for and responses to potential coronavirus impacts will be added to this page on an ongoing basis.

Students should view our Student FAQs for COVID-19 Class Changes web page.

As always, KCC is committed to providing a learning environment that is safe for students and employees and compliant with practices advised or ordered by local, state and federal health agencies.

Coronavirus Updates from KCC

Resources for students

Campus Cleanliness: KCC recently intensified its cleaning and sanitation efforts, directing custodial staff to increase the frequency of cleaning and use of disinfectant on all hard surfaces, door handles, tabletops and more in classrooms, restrooms and offices across College facilities.

KCC employees are individually involved in cleanliness efforts as well. If KCC employees would like additional hand sanitizer or sanitary wipes for their work areas, keyboards, desk phones and the like, they can make their request to KCC’s Institutional Facilities Department by emailing

Facility Restrictions

KCC facilities are currently closed to students, the public and most employees. This closure affects the North Avenue campus and Regional Manufacturing Technology Center in Battle Creek, the Fehsenfeld Center in Hastings, the Grahl Center in Coldwater and the Eastern Academic Center in Albion.

Resources for KCC employees

KCC employees are advised to visit the Human Resources website for guidance and forms related to working during the pandemic.

Response Protocols

KCC has developed response protocols that will be followed if there are any confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19 among faculty, staff or students.